An elegant, reclaimed, stained glass internal pine door, likely to date to the first half of the 20th Century. The door has a simple recessed panel at the base and the top of the door has a large pretty stained glass panel. The glass features a tulip and Art Nouveau style designs, in pink, red, green and blue and it is surrounded by clear glass. The edges of the panel have green border glass and small blue corner squares. The glass does have some cracks, especially to the green border edges and there is a crack to a section of red tulip glass. The break to the red glass could possibly have lead applied to it and to the adjacent side, to cover the break and incorporate the lead into the design. Please contact us for further information and a quote for this repair. The door is painted white but it has residue concrete splashes on it and the pine will need sanding and re-finishing to suit.
The door is a reclaimed antique and has some signs of wear and some damage, as expected. The door has some knocks, chips and small holes. The lock edge has a knock and sustained some slight damage, near the lock hole. The door has some holes from hardware removal. The door has a twist to the top corner, hinge edge, when holding a straight edge diagonally from the bottom corner of the door, lock edge, to the top corner, hinge edge. Please see the last picture for details. Due to the twist the door can therefore only be used internally. Please contact us if you need any further information about this. The door height may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The door is a very pretty item and will make a lovely feature in a home.
Width 76cm (760mm)
Height 196.4cm - 197.2cm (1964mm - 1972mm)
Thickness 4.5cm (45mm)
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